looking at mandrakeuser.org or mandrake's home i picked up a tip to go
and get vnc. A search for vnc in Tucows.com for Win95/98 might turn it up
jazz annandy AT dc DOT seflin DOT org
Registered linux user no. 164098
Doesn't it bother you, that we have to search for intelligent life
--- OUT THERE??
I am new to Linux. I have not worked with Unix. It is unclear to me how
you can run Linux as a file server and allow internet access through it with
the clients being win 95/98 and NT Workstation (25 total clients). Internet
access is through a router on a dedicated 56k frame relay line using a
windows based proxy program.
The company is reluctant to spend big $ for Back Office and I can't blame
them for that but they want to know how Linux could solve their problems.
They have specific windows based applications running off the one win 95
machine to different clients. I would imagine that can't be done with a
Linux Server. One program uses the Sybase engine another FoxPro and
another Provide X.
I am interested in hearing of some solutions or should they bow to
Business Technologies Of New England, Inc.